Jimmy Choo Made To Order Service


Fashions favorite shoe brand, Jimmy Choo, is making what was once only attainable for celebrities available to the public on May 19th.

Choo is launching their Made To Order service this Spring in their Paris boutiques, in the avenue Montaigne and rue Saint-Honoré. Models that can be customized are the AnoukLanceXenie and Tite.

So, if you’re in the Paris area, grab a custom pair with your initials. Can’t this come to the US?

Photo: Jimmy Choo

Photo: Jimmy Choo

Birkenstocks: Back From The Dead


I never thought I would see the day where I would willingly put a pair of leather and cork sandals on my feet. It all started in high school. I went to a small, private school, where Birkenstocks were one of the few shoe options we were allowed. I truly, honestly, hated them. How was I supposed to express my creative freedom if I was being forced to slap a pair of blander than sand shoes on my feet? Exactly.

Fast forward to a few months ago, I was scrolling through my Instagam and fell in love with something far worse…Tevas. Now, we aren’t just talking about any Tevas, but a pair of Teva inspired Prada sandals. Obnoxious, jewel encrusted, Prada/Tevas. Get the picture? Good. While I did not see this coming, I’m glad it did. With a 90s normcore revival happening right now, we are seeing Birkenstocks, Tevas, and every other comfortable, kill me now if I am wearing these shoe coming back to life in great ways.

Personally, I am happy to see a revival in this trend. Long, sweaty summer days are not meant for running around in binding leather sandals and five inch wedges, but we make do because we want to look good and not ruin the rest of our outfit. Now? We can surf the J.Crew site (or the Prada site if we so choose) and find ten different options that will compliment our summer looks, not crush them. I picked up an all white pair a few days ago, and will probably wear them every day until they give out.


How do you feel about the trend?


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Spring Shoe Round Up

Willy Subach| DePaul University

Spring has arrived and as the weather changes, so does the fashion. One of the most important and obvious differences in the fashion between winter and spring is shoe choice. Gone are the boots and fur-lined shoes of winter. The coming of spring brings a variety of fun trends and patterns for both women and men, and this spring is no different. I’ve searched for my top shoes for this spring for both men and women and luckily for you, I’ve decided to share my choices with you.

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The Sneaker Wedge

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($180 at macys.com)

The sneaker wedge is a trend that has been gaining popularity over the past few months, and this shoe is one of my favorite twists on the trend, and one that I definitely think is ideal for spring. This version of the sneaker wedge features a peep-toe design and a much more open front compared to traditional sneaker wedges. I think the openness combined with the bright colors make it a must-have for spring.

The Wedge Sandal

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($90 at aldoshoes.com)

I love this wedge sandal so much. I think it’s perfect for spring and can definitely transition into summer too. The pattern on the actual wedge adds so much excitement to the shoe, and salmon is definitely a popular color for this spring. The turquoise and yellow straps along with the brown leather make it very versatile and wearable. These shoes with a cute sundress would be a knockout.

The Sneaker

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($70 at nike.com)

While I think heels and wedges are awesome, they’re not always the most practical shoe. I think it is important for everyone to have at least one cool pair of sneakers to run around in. I like these specific sneakers because of the neutral color palette and a simple, classic, and sleek design.

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The Skateboarding Shoe

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($78 at nike.com)

I have never skateboarded in my entire life. But I will tell you that I almost always have a pair of skateboarding shoes in my shoe rotation. Why? Because they are super quick to throw on and run around in. They’re also usually very comfortable. I chose these because they have a really casual and classic feel, but the color is very modern and trendy.

The High Top

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($100 at aldoshoes.com)

I own these. I absolutely love them. I think they’re really edgy and can really enhance any outfit. The black and white color scheme is very trendy this year, and studs are a huge trend right now. I’ve been wearing them for the past month and a half, but I’m definitely ready to start wearing these with shorts now.

The Sneaker

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($20 at H&M)

To start off, please ignore my atrocious dorm carpeting. I love these shoes though. They look very fresh for spring and summer. I love the use of the salmon as the pop of color. I bought these today and will definitely be wearing them as much as possible. The white looks very clean and sleek, while the colored sole gives the shoe personality. I’m crazy about them.